SAP PP End User Training Document

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November, 2011

English

Production Planning

and Control

SSTL

1,6th Floor

#128,Cathedral Road

Chennai 600 086

INDIA

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Contents

Sequential operation of PP-PI module in SAP ...4

Process Flow...5

Resource Creation ...6

1. Access the transaction by:...7

2. On the screen "Create Resource", enter information in the fields as specified in the table ...7

below:...7

4. On the screen "Create Resource: Basic Data", enter information in the fields as specified in the table below.

Screen shot is also shown below the table:...8

Create master recipe with Material ...16

1. On screen Create master recipe, enter information in the fields as specified in the below table:...17

2. On screen Create master recipe: Main Header, enter information in the fields as specified in the below table:..19

3. On screen Create: Operation Overview, enter information in the fields as specified in the below table:...20

Create Process Order ...26

1. Access Create Process Order with Material by:...28

2. On screen Create Process Order, enter information in the fields as specified in the below table:...28

3. On screen Create Process Order: Main Header, enter information in the fields as specified in the below table:.29

Release Process Order ...31

1. Access by Process Order Change:...32

2. On screen Process Order Change, enter information in the field as specified in the below table:...32

Goods Issue Entry (Using MIGO)...33

1. Access MIGO by:...34

2. In screen “Goods Issue Order”, enter information in the fields as specified ...34

Confirm Phase/Operation at Standard...37

1 Access Confirm Process Order: Operation / Phase> by:...37

2 On screen “Create Process Order Confirmation: Initial Screen”, enter the below ...38

Information:...38

3. On screen Create Process Order Confirmation: Actual Data, enter information in the fields as specified in the

below table:...39

6. On screen “Enter Process Order Confirmation: Initial Screen”, enter the below ...39

Information:...39

Goods Receipt (Using MIGO)...41

1. Access MIGO by:...42

2. On screen “Goods Receipt Order”, enter information in the fields as specified in the below table:...42

Transfer Posting to Others ...45

1. Access Enter Transfer Posting: Initial Screen by:...45

3. On screen Transfer Posting Other, enter information in the fields as specified in the below table:...47

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Sequential operation of PP-PI module in SAP

Create Process Order by using transaction code COR1. While creating process

order you have to select the correct version of product if you have more then one

master recipe. Then only correct recipe will be copied.

Release the process order. When you release the process order, the user is

assigning the batch number for that particular product and simultaneously

reservation also is being created by the system, which is the intimation to material

custodian to issue the material against the process order as defined in the BOM.

(RMS will do Issue of material in the system by using transaction code of

MB1A/MIGO.).

1. Physical Material transferring from RMS

2. Real Production at shop floor.

Once real production completed, the process order should be confirmed by using

the transaction code of CORK/COR6N

Steps to remember at the time of confirmation

1. Please enter the right quantity in the field of “Yield to conf.” Without any

mistake where this quantity only will reflect at the time of Goods Receipt.

2. Batch execution and finish date and time should be entered.

3. Before saving, please tick “Final Confirmation” and “Clear open

reservation” which is very important in the costing angle

Once confirmation is completed, do Goods receipts (MIGO) for the order. Please do

Goods Receipts at your storage location itself where the QC will take sample and re-

post the material to you location after Result Recording & Usage decision. Please note

that when you are doing the GR for your product, at that time only Inspection lot

number is being created by the system.

Some other material which is coming to the plant storage location but not being

consumed in process (Raw water, purified water, Coal etc.) needs to be consumed

for the correct cost center. This activity to be done regularly if possible, but surely

before month closing. By transaction code MIGO using movement type 201.

It is advisable to check the physical stock & system stock regularly for any

difference. For seeing the stock of material transaction code is MMBE.

These process orders status needs to be changed as technical completed. (After

completion of process order status should be either “DLV” or “TECO”.)

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Process Flow

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Create Process Order

(COR1)

Release Process Order

COR2

Confirmation

COR6N/CORK

Goods Receipt

MIGO-MOVEMENT TYPE 101

Transfer Postings

MIGO

Movement type 311

Goods Issue

(By RM Stores)

MIGO-MOVEMENT TYPE 261

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Title:

Resource Creation

Transaction Code

CRC1

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/02

Production

001

NIL

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep Singh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

1. Overview

Create Resource

1.1

Trigger

Need to create a resource within a plant.

Business Process Procedure Overview

R/3 Enterprise Production logistics Production Process Creation of resource

Input - Required Fields Field Value / Comments

Plant Plant in which the Resource created

Resource Key identifying the resource

Resource Category Their category (e.g. resource network, processing unit)

Object Name / Description (basic data

screen) This field contains a brief description of an object (for example, an organizational unit, qualified business event) Person Responsible (basic data screen) Person or group of people responsible for the maintenance of the work

center master files

Usage (basic data screen) Key to control in which type of task list you can use: operating resources (for example, work centers or production resource tools)

Capacity category (capacity and

scheduling screen) Determines whether it is machine or labor capacity

Controlling area (costing screen) Key identifying the controlling area – the highest organizational unit in controlling.

Cost center (costing screen) Key identifying the cost center

Output - Results Comments

Resource Created Updates master data according to specified resource

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1.2

Tips and Tricks

Copy from an existing Resource whenever possible. This speeds data entry and can improve

accuracy as well.

1.3

Procedural Steps

1. Access the transaction by:

Via Menus

Logistics

Production Process  Master Data  Resources Resource  Create

Via Transaction Code CRC1

2. On the screen "Create Resource", enter information in the fields as specified

in the table

below:

Create Resource: Initial Screen

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Plant (basic data screen) R Plant in which the Resource created

Resource (basic data screen) R Key identifying the resource

Resource Category (basic data screen) R Enter Resource Category

Copy From Section Header

Plant O Plant where resource is being copied from

Copy from resource O Resource to copy from

3. Press Enter

4. On the screen "Create Resource: Basic Data", enter information in the fields

as specified in the table below. Screen shot is also shown below the table:

Input – Fields R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Plant (basic data screen) C Plant in which the Resource created

Resource (basic data screen) C Key identifying the resource

Object Name / Description (basic data

screen) R

This field contains a brief description of an object (for example, an organizational unit, qualified business event)

Resource Category (basic data tab) C Enter the resource category(e.g. resource network, processing unit) Person Responsible (basic data tab) R Person or group of people responsible for the maintenance of the work center master files Usage (basic data tab) R Key to control in which type of task list you can use: operating resources (for example,

work centers or production resource tools) Standard Value Key (basic data tab) O Key which specifies the scheduling type for detailed scheduling, forward, backward, etc.

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On the screen "Create Resource: Default Values", enter information in the fields

as specified in the table below. Screen shot is also shown below the table:

Input - Fields R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Control Key (default values tab) R

Key specifying the business transactions to be carried out for the respective object of a task list or an order, such as scheduling or costing.

Unit of measure of standard Values R Unit name for the Parameters

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5. On the screen "Create Resource: Capacities", enter information in the fields

as specified in the table below:

Input - Fields R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Capacity category (capacity tab) R Determines whether it is machine or labor capacity Pooled capacity (capacity tab) O Key identifying pooled capacity, which should be or was assigned to the work

center.

Formula used to calculate capacity Other formula (capacity tab) O Requirements for other types of internal processing (example, in networks or

maintenance orders)

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6. On the screen "Create Resource: Scheduling", enter information in the fields

as specified in the table below. Screen shot is also shown below the table:

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Input - Fields R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Capacity category (Scheduling tab) R Determines whether it is machine or labor capacity

Capacity (scheduling screen) O

Description by which the capacity (for example, a machine capacity, a labor capacity or a move capacity) is to be created in the system

Other Formula O Formula for calculating the duration times of other types of internal processing in scheduling Enter the formula for scheduling

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7. On the screen "Create Resource: Costing", enter information in the fields as

specified in the table below. Screen shot is also shown below the table:

Input - Fields R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Validity start date (costing tab) R Date that performs part of the validity period (lifespan assigned to an object) Validity end date (costing tab) R Date that performs part of the validity period (lifespan assigned to an object) Controlling area (costing tab) R Key identifying the controlling area – the highest organizational unit in controlling.

Cost center (costing tab) R Key identifying the cost center

Alt. Activity description R Use an alternative activity description if you are editing work centers and want and want to describe an activity on the costing tab Activity type R Activity types describe the activity produced by a cost center and are measured in units

of time or quantity

Activity unit R The activity unit is either the time or quantity used to post the consumed activity quantities

Reference O Indicator specifying that you cannot change the value in a task list

Formula key R

Key which refers to the formula used for: Calculation of execution time, calculation of capacity requirements, Calculation of costs of a work centers activity type, retrograde calculation of individual parameters within plant data collection

Business Proc. O Key identifying Business process

Indic0ator: Process is Referenced O Indicator that specifies the value cannot be changed in the task list

Formula Key Key that refers to formula which determines how costs are calculated

Incentive. Wages ind. O Represents the six activity types for the values used in incentive wages Rec. type group O Specifies how and when the actual value is confirmed for a parameter using plant data

collection

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8. Click the SAVE icon to save the created Resource.

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Title:

Create master recipe with Material

Transaction Code

C201

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/03

Production

001

NIL

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep Singh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

2. Overview

Create master recipe

2.1

Trigger

Requirement to create a master recipe for a material.

Business Process Description Overview

Create a master recipe with material This will include recipe header, operations, material lists, and production version

Input - Required Fields Field Value / Comments

Material Number Enter the material for which the recipe is being made

Plant Enter the plant

Production Version Name the recipe for the required production

Profile Select the type of production

Output - Results Comments

Generates a Recipe Recipe shall be generated for the required material

2.2

Tips and Tricks

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Copy from an existing Master recipe of same type whenever possible.

2.3

Procedure Steps

Via Menus

Logistics > Production Process > master data > master recipe > recipe and material list

Via Transaction Code C201

1.

On screen Create master recipe, enter information in the fields as

specified in the below table:

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Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments Material No. Material code or Key for the material to be produced. R Enter or select from Pull down list Enter the material number Plant Plant code where production will occur R Enter or select from Pull down list 1000

Proc. Version Key identifying the type or process order to be created O Enter or select from pull down list Profile Use the profile to define values that are often used in fields and

settings in recipes as defaults R ProfilePI01

Enter PI01

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2.

On screen Create master recipe: Main Header, enter information in the

fields as specified in the below table:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Assignment Status R Enter 4 for released general Enter-4

Assignment usage R Enter 1 for production Enter-1

Base

quantity Output of the batch R Enter output quantity

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3.

On screen Create: Operation Overview, enter information in the fields

as specified in the below table:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Operation

Overview Section Header

Note: This is a table. The following are column headings. Repeat as necessary Retrieved from recipe if one exists. Otherwise, enter operations in the required order.

(Sel ind.) Selection indicator

Oper Operation Sequence number R From the recipe. Change only if the operation sequence must change

Enter operation number for ex0010 Ph Indicator for phase within operation R From the recipe. Change only if the phase is to be entered

Sup Superior operation to which the phase is assigned C From the recipe. Enter superior operation

Destination Control recipe destination R From the recipe. Enter control recipe

destination01 Resource Location where work will occur R From the recipe. Change only if work will occur in a different work

center

Enter resource SLP/LLECITHI

Control key Control Key. R From the recipe Enter control keyPI01 for

production type

Text Key Key identifying standard text O From the recipe Leave blank

Operation Description

Text describing the operation

R From the recipe. Enter main operation description

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4.

Select phases and click details icon.

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5.

Click the next operation/phase button to reach the input screen for all

phases. Then click generate relationship button to select and generate

relationship. Click Materials tab.

6.

On screen Insert production Version, enter information in the fields as

specified in the below table:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Production

Version A key that identifies a R User needs to select the

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production version for the recipe header material.

Production versions describe the various production techniques that can be used to produce a material.

appropriate Production Version from the drop down menu

.

Alternative BOM

The Alternative BOM of the material, in which the

production version is stored. The BOM alternative selected here is used in production with this production version.

R User needs to select the appropriate Alternative BOM from the drop down menu.

BOM Usage Usage assigned to the production version. R User needs to select the appropriate BOM Usage from the drop down menu.

7.

Click on Check icon. In Consistency check of production version screen

click Yes.

8.

Choose close screen and adapt changes.

9.

In the Create material BOM: Initial Screen, choose Enter twice.

10.

On the Create material BOM: Header: Quantities/long text screen

enter the information specified in the fields in the table below:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

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Quantity quantities in a BOM relate. appropriate Base Quantity. BOM text Short text, which describes the whole BOM. O User needs to enter the appropriate BOM text. Alt Text This text describes an alternative and a variant. O User needs to enter the appropriate Alt Text. Lot Size

Range Lower and upper limits of the lot size range O User needs to enter the appropriate Lot Size Range.

11.

Choose Enter.

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12.

In the

Create material BOM: General Item Overview screen enter

the information specified in the fields in the table below:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

ICt

Categorization of the

items in a BOM according

to set criteria, such as

whether they refer to an

object (for example,

material master or

document info record) or

whether they are kept in

stock.

R

User needs to select the

appropriate item category

from the drop down menu.

Example L

Compone

nt

Material number of the

components that you

enter, change or display

as part of the BOM.

R

User needs to select the

appropriate component

from the drop down

menu.

Quantity

Quantity of the

component, which is

entered in relation to the

base quantity of the

product.

R

User needs to enter the

appropriate quantity.

Lot Size

Range

Lower and upper limits of

the lot size range

O

User needs to enter the

appropriate Lot Size

Range.

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13.

Choose Back

14.

Click

Check recipe group icon. In case of inconsistencies correct

them.

15.

Go back and click

Save to save recipe group.

Title:

Create Process Order

Transaction Code

COR1

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/01

Production

001

NIL

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Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep Singh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

3

Overview

Create Process Orders

3.1

Trigger

Requirement to create a process order for a material.

Business Process Description Overview

Create a process order without referencing a planned order. The recipe should already exist; if it does not, you will get an error message.

Input - Required Fields Field Value / Comments

Material Number Plant

Process Order type Process Order

Output - Results Comments

Generate a process order

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1. Access Create Process Order with Material by:

Via Menus

Logistics > Production Process > Process Order > Create > With Material

Via Transaction Code COR1

2. On screen Create Process Order, enter information in the fields as

specified in the below table:

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Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments Material No. Material id of material to be produced R Enter or select from Pull down list Enter the material number Plant Plant id where production will occur R Enter or select from Pull down list

Proc. Order

Type Key identifying the type or process order to be created R

Enter or select from pull down list (PI01 unless you have defined

your own) YP01/YP02/YP03

Process

Order Id for this process order O

Leave blank if using internal order numbering, enter if external numbers used.

Recommend internal numbering

Copy From Section Header

Process

Order Existing Process Order id O

Enter if using an existing order as a starting point

3. On screen Create Process Order: Main Header, enter information in the

fields as specified in the below table:

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Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Quantities Section Header

Total

Quantity Quantity for the order R Enter quantity required It copies from material master

(UOM) Unit of Measure for quantity R Defaults to base ‘‘Unit of measure copies from

material master

Dates

(Basic) Section Header

Finish (Date) Projected completion date C Enter if backward scheduling used Completion date picks up automatically

(Finish Time) Projected completion Time of day O Enter if desired Completion time picks up

automatically

Start (Date) Projected start date C Enter if forward scheduling used Enter forwards

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(Start Time) Projected start Time of day O Enter if desired Enter start time

Scheduling Section Header

SchedType Key identifying type of scheduling (fwd, bkwd, etc.) R Defaults from schedule control table. Enter forwards

Priority Information Only O System does not use. Leave blank Capacity

Reqmnts. Indicator for calculating & saving capacity requirements O Defaults from schedule control table. Leave blank Exact Break

Times Excludes scheduled breaks from time calculations O Defaults from schedule control table. Schedule

Automat. Causes re-scheduling if a relevant change has occurred O Defaults from schedule control table. Will occur when order is released

Floats Section Header

Sched.mgn

key Key pointing to float parameters R Defaults from material master MRP1 view

Defaults from material master MRP1 view Float bef.

Prod Safety margin before production begins O

Defaults from Scheduling margin key. If changed, margin key is ignored

Float aft.

Prod Safety margin after production ends O

Defaults from Scheduling margin key. If changed, margin key is ignored

Release

period Number of working days in release period O

Defaults from Scheduling margin key. If changed, margin key is ignored

4. Now, click the save icon to save the document. It displays a document

number that can be further used to release the Process order.

Title:

Release Process Order

Transaction Code

COR2

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/01

Production

001

NIL

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep Singh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

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4

Overview

Release Process Order for production

4.1

Trigger

Allocate a Batch Number to the process order and release it for production.

Business Process Description Overview

The status of the process order changed to “REL” (i.e. released for active production). Simultaneously allocate a unique number to the Process Order (Batch Number).

Input - Required Fields Field Value / Comments

Process Order Number

Output - Results Comments

Creates a Batch Number for the process order.

Release the Process order for production

4.3

Procedure Steps

1. Access by Process Order Change:

Via Menus N/A

Via Transaction Code COR2

2. On screen Process Order Change, enter information in the field as

specified in the below table:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Process

Order Process Order that is to be released R Enter the Process order number Enter the material number

3. Now, click the watch icon to execute the document the document. It

displays a confirmation saying, “release is carried out”.

4. The status icon displays the “30000000112” Process Order status as

“REL“ i.e. Released with the expected finish date and schedule.

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Title:

Goods Issue Entry (Using MIGO)

Transaction Code

MIGO

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/01

Production

001

NIL

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep SIngh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

5. Overview

Create a goods issue for the Process Orders

Note: MIGO transaction replaces the following transactions

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Cancel material document for goods issues (transaction code MBST)

Display material document for goods issues (transaction code MIGO/MB03)

5.1 Trigger

Requirement to create a GI for the process order for a material.

Business Process Description Overview

Create a Goods Issue with reference to process order. The process order with recipe should already exist. This will include operations, material lists, standard values etc.

Input - Required Fields Field Value / Comments

Plant 1000

Movement type 261 (issue against process order from warehouse)

Storage location 1000

Document date Current

Posting date Current

Output - Results Comments

Issues the goods against the process order and generates a new document number.

Document that records material movement

5.2 Procedure Steps

1. Access MIGO by:

Via Menus Logistics > Material Management > Inventory Management > Goods Movement > MIGO_GI Via Transaction Code MIGO

2. In screen “Goods Issue Order”, enter information in the fields as

specified .

Field Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Business

Transaction Default is Goods Issue R If not appeared Select Goods Issue

Reference

Document Default is Order R If not appeared select “Order”

Order Process order number R Directly enter order number if

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Number remembered, else select from the drill down menu. Movement

type Default is 261 R

Enter the number for the movement type or choose a movement type from the menu..

Movement type is 261 for issuing goods.

.

3. Click execute button. Then the following screen appears with all the

details of the Process order.

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Document

Date Default is current system date R Enter current date Enter current date

Posting Date Default is current system date R Enter current date Enter current date

Material slip Identifier of an external document O Enter external document number if available Leave blank Doc. Header

text

Document header text. Contains explanations or notes that apply

to the document as a whole. O

Enter any necessary notes for this

transfer document. Leave blank

GR/GI slip

print option Goods Receipt/Issue slip will be printed if activated. O Leave the box un-checked Leave blank

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the required details for it as shown in the below table for every material

selected.

Open Detail Data

Button Qty Tab Qty Tab

Quantity in

Unit of Entry Quantity to be issued

R Enter the quantity to be issued

against the requirement. Quantity with Unit of Measurement Quantity in

SKU Defaulted by system

R Defaulted by

System Button (icon) Stock Determination. And can

also Select the issue of material from different batches

O Stock Determination

Button Copy

Button Where Tab Where Tab

Movement

Type Enter the movement type of the material.

R Enter 261

Stock Type Stock type (i.e. For Receipt '+' or Issue

'-')

R Defaulted by system

Plant Enter the plant where the

material is being consumed.

R 1000

Storage

Location Enter the storage location where the material is present.

R Enter RM stores

Goods

Recipient Enter the name of the recipient of that material. O Unloading

Point Enter the place at which the issued material would be unloaded

O

Text Enter the explanatory text for

the purpose while handling the material.

O

Button Batch Tab Batch Tab

Batch System assigns the batch

number, from which the material is being issued. If the material is issued from more than one batch then the system lists down the same material with different batches and respective quantities issued from them. R System assign Batch Number Valuation Type R Defaulted by System

Item OK Bottom of page Select

Button Check the data entered Check

Button (save

icon) Post the Goods Issue

Post Shift + F11

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Please note material document number.

Title:

Confirm Phase/Operation at Standard

Transaction Code

COR6N/CORK

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/12

Production

001

NIL

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep Singh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

7.

Overview

Create process order confirmation

7.1

Trigger

Operation Phase is complete

Business Process Description Overview

During the confirmation process, you report time, resources, activities, personnel, dates and goods movements. NOTE: Confirmation is possible for Phases and Orders only. You cannot confirm an Operation directly.

7.2

Procedural Steps

1

Access Confirm Process Order: Operation / Phase> by:

Via Menus Logistics > Production - Process > Process Order > Confirmation > Enter for phase > Time Ticket

Logistics > Production - Process > Process Order > Confirmation > CORK –Enter for Order

Via Transaction Code COR6N/CORK

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2

On screen “Create Process Order Confirmation: Initial Screen”, enter the

below

Information:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Confirmation Confirmation Id O Leave blank. System will assign Leave blank

Operation Section Header

Process

Order Process Order Id R Enter or select from pull down list Enter process order number

Operation Operation corresponding to the Phase to be confirmed R Enter operation number Leave blank

Sec. Res. Sub operation identifier O Enter If needed Not required

Individual

Capacity Section Header

Capacity

Cat. Category of a specific capacity O Leave blank Leave blank

Split number Split number O Leave blank Leave blank

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3. On screen Create Process Order Confirmation: Actual Data, enter

information in the fields as specified in the below table:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Part/Final Section Header R Select one of the following: Partial

Confirmation Indicator for partial confirmation C Default. Select if this is a partial confirmation Leave blank Final

Confirmation Indicator for Final Confirmation C Select if this is the Final confirmation for this phase Tick aut. Fina confirmation Clear Open

Reservs. C

Select if this is a Final

Confirmation and all reservations are to be considered satisfied.

Tick clear open reservation

Quantities Section Header

R Remaining open quantity is proposed.

Un. Reporting Unit of Measure R Defaults. Do not change By default unit of measurement copies from the

Activities. Section Header The following are column headings. Repeat for each activity

Current

Confirm. Activity quantity for this phase R Defaults to standard. Change if required Enter actual quantity Un. Activity Unit of Measure R Defaults to activity standard. Do not change Defaults to activity standard F. Final confirmation indicator O Defaults to final. Click “off” if partial.

5. Click the Save icon to save the confirmation values.

Confirm Order Using CORK

6. On screen “Enter Process Order Confirmation: Initial Screen”, enter the

below

Information:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Process

Order Process Order Id R Enter or select from pull down list Enter process order number

7. Click “Enter”.

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Part/Final Section Header R Select one of the following: Partial

Confirmation Indicator for partial confirmation C Default. Select if this is a partial confirmation Leave blank Final

Confirmation Indicator for Final Confirmation C Select if this is the Final confirmation for this phase Tick aut. Fina confirmation Clear Open

Reservs. C

Select if this is a Final

Confirmation and all reservations are to be considered satisfied.

Tick clear open reservation

Quantities Section Header

Yield t/b

Conf R Remaining open quantity is proposed.

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Un. Reporting Unit of Measure R Defaults. Do not change measurement copies from the

7. Click “Save”.

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Title:

Goods Receipt (Using MIGO)

Transaction Code

MIGO

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/01

Production

001

NIL

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep Singh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

8.

Overview

Create a goods receipt for the Process Order material

Note:

MIGO transaction replaces the following transactions

Goods receipt for order (transaction code MIGO)

Cancel material document for goods receipt (transaction code MBST)

Change material document for goods receipt (transaction code MB02)

Display material document for goods receipt (transaction code MB03)

8.1

Trigger

Requirement to create a GR for the process order for a material.

Business Process Description Overview

Create a Goods Receipt with reference to process order.

Input - Required Fields Field Value / Comments

Plant 1000

Movement type 101 (Goods Receipt for Order)

Storage location 1030

Document date Current

Posting date Current

Output - Results Comments

Record the goods Receipt of the

process order Document that records material movement

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8.2

Procedure Steps

1. Access MIGO by:

Via Menus Logistics > Material Management > Inventory Management > Goods Movement > Goods Receipt > MIGO_GO – GR for Order (MIGO) Via Transaction Code MIGO

2. On screen “Goods Receipt Order”, enter information in the fields as

specified in the below table:

Field Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Business

Transaction Default is Goods Receipt. If you go via Menu R If not appeared Select Goods Receipt

Need to enter if you use Tr. Code. Reference

Document Default is Order . If you go via Menu. R If not appeared select “Order” Order

Number Process order number R

Directly enter order number if remembered, else select from the drill down menu.

Movement Default is 101. if you go via R Enter the number for the Movement type

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type Menu. movement type or choose a movement type from the menu.. is 101 for goods receipt for order.

3 Click execute button. Then the following screen appears with all the details

of the Process order.

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Document

Date Default is current system date R Enter current date Enter current date

Posting Date Default is current system date R Enter current date Enter current date

Material slip Identifier of an external document O Enter external document number if available Leave blank Doc. Header

text

Document header text. Contains explanations or notes that apply

to the document as a whole. O

Enter any necessary notes for this

transfer document. Leave blank

GR/GI slip

print option Goods Receipt/Issue slip will be printed if activated. O Leave the box un-checked Leave blank

3

Select a material from the list displayed for the particular order, enter

the required details for it as shown in the below table for every material

selected.

Open Detail Data

Button Qty Tab Qty Tab

Quantity in

Unit of Entry Quantity to be receipted

R Enter the quantity of material for which GR need to be entered.

Quantity with Unit of Measurement Quantity in

SKU Defaulted by system

R Defaulted by

System Quantity

Ordered Defaulted by system. It is the total quantity of order. R

Button Where Tab Where Tab

Movement

Type Enter the movement type of the material.

R Enter 101

Stock Type Stock type (i.e. For Receipt '+' or Issue

'-')

R Defaulted by the system

Plant Enter the plant where the material

is being stored

R

1000 Storage

Location Enter the storage location where the material is present.

R 1030

Goods

Recipient Enter the name of the recipient of that material.

O Unloading

Point Enter the place at which the issued material would be unloaded O

Text Enter the explanatory text for the

purpose while handling the material.

O

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Batch System automatically assign the batch number under which it is produced

R The one we assigned in

Process Order System assign Batch Number Valuation

Type

R Defaulted by

System

Item OK Bottom of page Select (Check the box)

Button Check the data entered Check

Button (save

icon) Post the Goods Issue

Post Shift + F11

Please note material document number.

5 The output is saved.

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Title:

Transfer Posting to Others

Transaction Code

MIGO

Document No.

Responsibility

Version

Supercedes

Issued

on

Effective

Date

Review

Date

SAP/EUD/PP/01

Inventory

Management

001

NIL

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Sandeep Singh

Venkat

Venkat

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

29.11.2010

10.

Overview

Enter transfer posting for a material.

10.1 Trigger

A change in the stock type

Business Process Description Overview

A change in stock type, batch number or a material number. An example of transfer posting would be the release of goods into stock after being inspected or passing quality assurance testing. Transfer postings are not usually associated with any physical goods movement.

Input - Required Fields Field Value / Comments

Document Date Default is current date. If required, change to another date.

Posting Date Default is current date. If required, change to another date.

Movement Type Enter 311

Plant Enter plant 1000

Storage Location Enter the storage location 1030

10.2

Procedure Steps

1. Access Enter Transfer Posting: Initial Screen by:

Via Menus

Logistics > Material Management > Inventory

Management > Goods Movement > MIGO

Via Transaction Code

MIGO

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2. On screen Enter Transfer Posting Other, enter information in the fields as

specified in the table below:

Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments

Document

Date Date of the document. R Default is current system date. Enter current date

Posting Date Date which is used when entering the document in

accounting R Default is current system date.

Enter current date Material slip Identifier of an external document O Enter external document number if available Leave blank Doc. Header

text

Document header text. Contains explanations or notes which apply to the document as a whole.

O Enter any necessary notes for this transfer document.

Leave blank

GR/GI slip no

Goods Receipt/Issue slip number. A number which uniquely identifies a goods receipt/issue slip.

O Enter a number manually. Leave blank

Defaults for Section Header

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document items

Movement

type Goods movement type. R

Enter the number for the movement type or choose the movement type from the menu.

Enter movement type 311

Plant Plant number. R Enter or select Plant from the pull-down menu.

Enter the plant number on this screen and it is carried over to the detail screen. Storage

location Storage location R

Enter or select the storage location where the material resides.

Enter the storage location on this screen and it is carried over to the detail screen.

Special stock Special stock identifier R Enter the stock identifier “K”.

If you select the movement type from the menu, this field will automatically be filled in.

Reason for

movement Standard text for reason of movement O Enter or select from pull down list if needed. Leave blank Suggest zero

lines Indicates items with zero qty. O Click “on” to display zero items Leave blank

GR/GI Slip Section Header

Print Print GR/GI slip indicator O Click “on” if paper desired. Leave blank

Individual

Slip One slip for each material C Click “on” for individual w/out inspection text Select one of these Indiv. Slip

w.inspect.te xt

One slip for each material.

Includes Inspection Text C Click “on” for individual with inspection text Collective

Slip One slip for all materials C

Click “on” for one slip for all materials

3. On screen Transfer Posting Other, enter information in the fields as

specified in the below table:

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Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values Comments Recipient For whom the material or services is destined O Enter business area if appropriate. Leave blank Receiving

Plant Plant or department to receive the goods R Enter receiving plant Leave blank

Iss. Sloc or

Recv. Sloc. Issuing storage location or Receiving storage location. O/R Enter the identifier of the issuing or the receiving storage location Depending on Movement Type

Material Material Number R Enter the material identifier. Pull down table access.

Quantity Material quantity R Enter the quantity of the material to be moved. Enter the quantity of the material to be moved

UnE The unit of measure in which the goods movement is entered. O Enter the unit of measurement Enter the unit of measurement

Sloc Storage location. O Enter the storage location if not filled in.

This information is pulled from the first screen, if entered. Batch The batch number to which the material is assigned. O Enter the batch number. Used in Batch Management

Plant This is the plant to issue or receive goods. R Enter plant. Enter plant

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8. Click the Save icon to save the entries, which updates the complete

stock.

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